"I worship Jesus. Not Q," the former QAnon follower and lawyer to Kyle Rittenhouse wrote.
“It’s embarrassing that there is any hesitation on this,” the congresswoman said, demanding that House leaders strip the Republican of committee assignments.
The anti-government extremist was sentenced to 40 hours of community service on a trespassing charge after tying himself to a chair at the Idaho Legislature.
Bowman, a New York Democrat, met with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in November. The visit angered members of the DSA political group.
Chris Stirewalt, fired soon after his team called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night, compared "Patriot Purge" to the kind of "garbage" peddled by Infowars.
The dilatory tactics have frustrated Democrats and bolstered proponents' case for Senate rules reform.
The president has repeatedly tested negative for COVID-19.
Greg Gutfeld introduced a mock survey question on "The Five" that went too far.
The nation’s top infectious diseases expert slammed the Fox Nation host’s comments as absolutely preposterous, disgusting and unconscionable.
Sens. Rand Paul, Bernie Sanders and Mike Lee are forcing a vote early next week on legislation to block a $650 million missile sale to the repressive regime.
“The best thing everyone can do is to realize we are not defenseless," New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said.
Sidney Powell, Lin Wood and others must pay the legal fees of Michigan officials they targeted to try to overturn 2020 presidential election results.
The former president bragged about his "massive rally" before the Capitol riot.
The senator backed the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who wondered if the court should be neutral on abortion rights.
Republicans have not held the Colorado congresswoman accountable for her Islamophobic attacks against Rep. Ilhan Omar.
Justin Jersey, known as "Fingerman," was one of the earliest suspects sought by online sleuths investigating the Trump supporter who attacked cops.
The Senate successfully averted a government shutdown on Thursday after a group of Senate conservatives agreed to a symbolic vote on vaccine mandates.
“We are determined to turn the ship here,” one of the National Economic Council members told small business organizations.
"We don't need federal judges who are angry," said the GOP senator, who voted to put angry guy Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court.
The Women’s Health Protection Act would outlaw hundreds of state anti-abortion laws — but passing it would likely require eliminating the Senate filibuster.